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Salut Wine and Food Festival

A week-long celebration of fine food and wine.

By: Adena Lazowski

Published: May 14th, 2010 in Culture » Food » News

Salut Wine and Food Festival

Toronto foodies unite at the Salut Wine and Food Festival. This week from May 8 to 15, a variety of tasty and cultural events are being held across the city. Designed to satisfy any budget, and with the chance to meet international chefs and winemakers, it’s no surprise that this festival is a hit. Whether you’re eager to discover the tastes of Ontario’s best grapes or observe celebrity chefs in action, there is something for everyone.

There are still a few days left to join in on the fun. Here is a list of the upcoming events:

May 12:

Fetzer Great Beginnings Appetizer Challenge

Winemaker’s Dinner with David Butterfield at JAMcafe

May 13:

Winemaker’s Dinner with David Butterfield at Splendido Ristorante

Toast to Terroir – Celebrate Ontario

May 14:

Salut Grand Tasting – French and International Wines

May 15:

Stadtländer In the City: An Exclusive Experience for Visa Infinite Cardholders

French Toast! A Celebration of France

To purchase tickets and for more details on the event, visit: www.salutwinefestival.com/home.aspx.

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